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Arthritis Life

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Cheryl Crow

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Arthritis life features real patient stories, expert advice, life hacks and more to help you feel more empowered and less alone. Host Cheryl Crow shares her insights from both as a rheumatoid arthritis patient for seventeen years and as an occupational therapist, a health profession that focuses on empowering people with health challenges to function in their daily lives.This podcast will also include reflections on how you can have the best quality of life possible despite chronic pain, anxiety and other challenging parts of chronic illness. The goal: to help you manage REAL life with arthritis, beyond joint pain. Let's get started!

Latest Episodes

How to get your Patient Voice Heard to Improve Healthcare

EJen Horonjeff shares how her journey with juvenile idiopathic arthritis led her to advocate for the patient voice to be central in health innovations. She also shares her journey growing up with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, pursuing a PhD and eventually co-founding Savvy-Coop.

45 min2 d ago
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How to get your Patient Voice Heard to Improve Healthcare

Adapting is a Superpower: Stefanie’s Journey as a Mom with RA, Coach and Nurse Practitioner

EStefanie shares her unique journey as a patient, healthcare provider, coach and mom in this heartfelt episode. Both Cheryl and Stefanie share why “adapting” your daily tasks, as well as emotionally adapting to your disease, are important superpowers when pursuing a full life with this disease.

49 min1 w ago
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Adapting is a Superpower: Stefanie’s Journey as a Mom with RA, Coach and Nurse Practitioner

Staying Safe, Smart, Strong, Sweet and Silly with Spondylitis: Jason's Story

EJason Webb shares his hard win wisdom and insight after living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis for almost four decades. He shares his best tips for daily life, coping with stressors, unique challenges of single fatherhood with chronic illness, and more in this heartfelt episode.

45 min3 w ago
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Staying Safe, Smart, Strong, Sweet and Silly with Spondylitis: Jason's Story

From Disability to Dance: How Krista Rowan learned to Love Herself Moving

EAfter living with rheumatoid arthritis for twenty one years, Krista shares how she went from rock bottom and hopeless to full of hope. She also shares her experiences dancing on TikTok, connecting to the wider chronic illness community and being public about her diagnosis for the first time.

68 minOCT 29
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From Disability to Dance: How Krista Rowan learned to Love Herself Moving

How to Take Care of Your Hands: Interview with Corinne McLees, Occupational Therapist

EOccupational Therapists Corinne McLees and Cheryl Crow explore the complexity of the human hand and explain how to best protect tender hand joints when you have arthritis. Corinne also explains how virtual occupational therapy can benefit people with hand pain.

58 minOCT 21
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How to Take Care of Your Hands: Interview with Corinne McLees, Occupational Therapist

How can Yoga Help People with Chronic Illness? Paulina's Story.

EPaulina Burzynska shares how yoga has benefitted her mind, body and spirit as she has lived with rheumatoid arthritis for the last five years. She also shares insights from teaching yoga classes to other chronic illness warriors.

57 minOCT 14
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How can Yoga Help People with Chronic Illness? Paulina's Story.

Five Things I Wish I had Known when I was Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis

ECheryl Crow shares the five things she wishes she had known when she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 21.

34 minOCT 7
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Five Things I Wish I had Known when I was Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Race, Gender and Rheumatology with Dr. Maggie Cadet

EDr. Magdalena “Maggie” Cadet, a board certified clinical rheumatologist, shares her reflections on how race and gender affect providers and patients with rheumatic diseases.

59 minSEP 30
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Race, Gender and Rheumatology with Dr. Maggie Cadet

Can diet and nutrition help people with arthritis? Separating myth from fact with three experts.

EThree nutrition experts help de-mystify the role of diet and nutrition in symptom management for rheumatic, autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.

56 minSEP 23
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Can diet and nutrition help people with arthritis? Separating myth from fact with three experts.

How to Value Self-Love and Sexual Pleasure when Living with a Disability: an Occupational Therapist’s Approach

ECheryl and Dr. Sakshi Tickoo, a Mumbai-based Occupational Therapist who founded “Sex, Love and OT” discuss how people with disabilities can successfully navigate sexual relationships and be empowered to value their own self-love and sexual pleasure.

81 minSEP 16
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How to Value Self-Love and Sexual Pleasure when Living with a Disability: an Occupational Therapist’s Approach

Latest Episodes

How to get your Patient Voice Heard to Improve Healthcare

EJen Horonjeff shares how her journey with juvenile idiopathic arthritis led her to advocate for the patient voice to be central in health innovations. She also shares her journey growing up with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, pursuing a PhD and eventually co-founding Savvy-Coop.

45 min2 d ago
Comments
How to get your Patient Voice Heard to Improve Healthcare

Adapting is a Superpower: Stefanie’s Journey as a Mom with RA, Coach and Nurse Practitioner

EStefanie shares her unique journey as a patient, healthcare provider, coach and mom in this heartfelt episode. Both Cheryl and Stefanie share why “adapting” your daily tasks, as well as emotionally adapting to your disease, are important superpowers when pursuing a full life with this disease.

49 min1 w ago
Comments
Adapting is a Superpower: Stefanie’s Journey as a Mom with RA, Coach and Nurse Practitioner

Staying Safe, Smart, Strong, Sweet and Silly with Spondylitis: Jason's Story

EJason Webb shares his hard win wisdom and insight after living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis for almost four decades. He shares his best tips for daily life, coping with stressors, unique challenges of single fatherhood with chronic illness, and more in this heartfelt episode.

45 min3 w ago
Comments
Staying Safe, Smart, Strong, Sweet and Silly with Spondylitis: Jason's Story

From Disability to Dance: How Krista Rowan learned to Love Herself Moving

EAfter living with rheumatoid arthritis for twenty one years, Krista shares how she went from rock bottom and hopeless to full of hope. She also shares her experiences dancing on TikTok, connecting to the wider chronic illness community and being public about her diagnosis for the first time.

68 minOCT 29
Comments
From Disability to Dance: How Krista Rowan learned to Love Herself Moving

How to Take Care of Your Hands: Interview with Corinne McLees, Occupational Therapist

EOccupational Therapists Corinne McLees and Cheryl Crow explore the complexity of the human hand and explain how to best protect tender hand joints when you have arthritis. Corinne also explains how virtual occupational therapy can benefit people with hand pain.

58 minOCT 21
Comments
How to Take Care of Your Hands: Interview with Corinne McLees, Occupational Therapist

How can Yoga Help People with Chronic Illness? Paulina's Story.

EPaulina Burzynska shares how yoga has benefitted her mind, body and spirit as she has lived with rheumatoid arthritis for the last five years. She also shares insights from teaching yoga classes to other chronic illness warriors.

57 minOCT 14
Comments
How can Yoga Help People with Chronic Illness? Paulina's Story.

Five Things I Wish I had Known when I was Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis

ECheryl Crow shares the five things she wishes she had known when she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 21.

34 minOCT 7
Comments
Five Things I Wish I had Known when I was Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Race, Gender and Rheumatology with Dr. Maggie Cadet

EDr. Magdalena “Maggie” Cadet, a board certified clinical rheumatologist, shares her reflections on how race and gender affect providers and patients with rheumatic diseases.

59 minSEP 30
Comments
Race, Gender and Rheumatology with Dr. Maggie Cadet

Can diet and nutrition help people with arthritis? Separating myth from fact with three experts.

EThree nutrition experts help de-mystify the role of diet and nutrition in symptom management for rheumatic, autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.

56 minSEP 23
Comments
Can diet and nutrition help people with arthritis? Separating myth from fact with three experts.

How to Value Self-Love and Sexual Pleasure when Living with a Disability: an Occupational Therapist’s Approach

ECheryl and Dr. Sakshi Tickoo, a Mumbai-based Occupational Therapist who founded “Sex, Love and OT” discuss how people with disabilities can successfully navigate sexual relationships and be empowered to value their own self-love and sexual pleasure.

81 minSEP 16
Comments
How to Value Self-Love and Sexual Pleasure when Living with a Disability: an Occupational Therapist’s Approach
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